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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

The Old North Church, Boston

The Old North Church was built in December of 1723. In April of 1775 Paul Revere told three Patriots to hang lanterns in the steeple to signal the movement of the British Army........"One if by land, two if by sea". It is the oldest standing church in Boston and is a National Historic Landmark.

Paul Revere Statue across from the church


From Copp's Hill


Beautiful interior





4 comments:

  1. Great photos, Carol. I'm glad you posted these for us to see. Wonderful history in Boston ~

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    1. Thank you Cynthia. I have not been to the Old North Church in years. It was so nice to go back and visit it again. I went on a walking tour of the North End. It was fantastic. I'll post more blog posts about this trip soon.

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  2. It's was so nice to see these. Been a few years since we were there. Good memories.

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    1. Hi Janice. I can't even count the years since I've been there it's been so long. I'm glad you enjoyed seeing them.

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